We’ve Expanded Our Booths Wine Range

Written on January 30th, 2020

Our Wine Buyer Victoria has been busy expanding our award-winning range of Booths own wines over the last few months, introducing six new varieties to the range – several of which have won awards already! 

When Victoria first joined Booths, one of her first projects was to overhaul our own range of wines, which included looking for new, world-class producers to work with and redesigning the bottle labels. Victoria works closely with each producer of our own brand wines, tasting and benchmarking each wine against others from the same region before making the final selections that end up in our bottles.  She reviews each new vintage of wine to ensure that we always bring you the best the region has to offer at an affordable price.

Victoria says:

It’s great to have seen the launch of our new wines go down so well and the feedback we’ve had from our customers has been wonderful. Quality and value are first and foremost in my mind; but it’s also important to look for wines that are a bit different, and we’re pleased to offer a variety of styles from excellent producers, which have begun to win awards already.

Victoria Anderson, Wine Buyer at Booths

The New Booths Wine Range

Fiano 2018, Italy, 75cl £7.00 (Vegan)
Pale in colour with a floral, citrus and honeyed nose with lemon fruit flavours on the palate. Pairs well with fish, shellfish, pork, chicken and pasta dishes.

Nero d’Avola 2018, Italy, 75cl £7 (Vegan)
A full-bodied wine, with black cherry, plum and bramble fruit. Ripe and robust yet with smooth tannins and a juicy palate. A great match for barbecued meats and traditional Italian dishes such as lasagne.

Soave Classico 2018, Italy, 75cl £7 (Vegan)
Winner of a silver award at the International Wine Challenge 2020
Full of fantastic aromatics with fresh, zingy acidity and flavours of ripe citrus, peaches and herbs. Great with seafood pasta, spring vegetables or creamy fish pie.

Beaujolais  Villages, 2018, France 75cl £8 (Vegetarian)
Winner of a bronze award at the International Wine Challenge 2020
A beautiful marriage of raspberry, blackberry, plum and cherry, which is intense and pure. The palate is fleshy and smooth with a delicate lifted perfume.  Ideal to pair with roast chicken or turkey, charcuterie or cheeses such as Brie and Camembert.

Gruner Veltliner 2018,  Austria , 75cl £10.50 (Vegan)
Winner of a silver award at the International Wine Challenge 2020
This wine has a distinctive nose with intense aromas of pear and white pepper. It’s juicy on the palate with a refreshing acidity and delicate smokiness to the finish. A versatile wine that pairs well with a myriad of dishes, from lightly spiced Thai food to fish and chips.

Sauternes 2017, France, 75cl £14 (Vegan)
Winner of a bronze award at the International Wine Challenge 2020
A sweet wine with notes of citrus, apricot jam, spices and honeyed fragrances, with a creamy and voluptuous palate with a long finish. Try as an aperitif with duck liver pate, after a meal with strong cheese such as Roquefort or creamy desserts like crème brulee and panna cotta.

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